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You Deserve A Feel Good Holiday

It's time to break free especially after an overwhelming amount of time we spent indoors amid the recent COVID-19 outbreak. Step out, rejuvenate and that means to enjoy a feel good holiday abroad but still close to you. Fly to the North East of Borneo Island and unfold the enchanting land of Sabah, Borneo. A laid back city that deserves appreciation more than just the stunning Mount Kinabalu.

Go Wild in Sabah

We heard that around the world, nature is healing in this time. Our wildlife probably has been equally enjoying it, so much so that an Orangutan nest was recently spotted in Poring Hot Spring! Among the greatest offerings in Sabah is the chance to explore our 140-million-year-old rainforest. Why not restore yourself far flung in a lodge surrounded by this pristine rainforest. A jungle trekking experience in Danum Valley, Deramakot and Tabin Wildlife Reserve will take you away from the concrete jungle in exchange for a walk beneath the giant tropical trees. If your stars align, chances are you'll find it a thrilling moment to spot a wildlife in its natural habitat. Yes, we are not talking about a staged experience but truly an incredible eye-opening journey understanding the co-existence of nature and wildlife.


Stay and Travel with the Locals

Can I travel and give back to the community? Definitely! Rural Tourism or Community Based Tourism is well established in Sabah to empower the local communities. Step into the countryside and experience the humbling cultural environment. Stay at a homestay, discover the excitement of stargazing and learn to craft like the skilful natives of Borneo. All this while knowing you are able to contribute to their socio-economy.


Are you an Adrenaline Junkie?

So much to do, so little time! You can choose to go ATV riding in Tambunan, white-water rafting in Kiulu, fireflies sighting in Tuaran, sunrise stand-up paddling (SUP) in Tanjung Aru, or even learn survival skills by attending a short course. The list is endless when it comes to filling up your time in Sabah so why not create your own itinerary and go enjoy yourself at your own time and pace?


Flip & Dive

With its sandy beaches, tropical islands, blue waters, coral reefs and atolls, Sabah has several dive sites rated to be amongst the top ten in the world and many more yet to be truly explored. A diver may find rare or endangered sea creatures such as green and hawksbill turtles, giant clams, as well as countless species of sharks and schools of thousands of barracuda and jacks. These underwater delights are not restricted to the certified diver; snorkelers and hopeful divers may enrol in one of the many PADI affiliated dive courses run at any of Sabah's dive operators and resorts. Whatever your underwater wish, Sabah's seas and coral reefs can easily fulfil and surpass your wildest dream.


Where to Stay?

It doesn't matter where you stay in Sabah. From 5 Star resorts to quaint and cosy homestays in the rural areas of Sabah, you will definitely be able to experience the best of Sabah's hospitality.


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Get inspired by travellers from around the world. Find out what they like, dislike, learnt and what keeps them coming back to Sabah, Malaysia BORNEO.

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